25June2017

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Ed Jordan has been appointed as the new Chief Executive at leading enterprise agency, Wenta, and starts in his post this month.

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Every year Hertfordshire family business Beales Hotels donates thousands of pounds to charity and members of staff are invited to suggest causes close to their heart.

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Disruption to train services between London and the St Albans District has recently been among the worst endured by commuters.

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The St Albans office of Kingston Smith is proud to support the renovation of the old St Albans Town Hall into a new museum and gallery at the heart of the business community. Having been advising local businesses in St Albans for over 30 years, Kingston Smith is committed to supporting local projects and the business community.

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In a double celebration on Burns Night, the Mayor of Hemel Hempstead, Councillor Robert Mclean, cut the tartan ribbon to officially open the new offices of local company Lumina Technologies.

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Last year Visionary Accountants secured the leasehold at 2 Adelaide Street, overlooking St Peter's Street, in the centre of St Albans. After an extensive refurbishment Mel Hilbrown, Executive Director at St Albans Enterprise Agency (STANTA), officially opened the new offices on behalf of the Visionary Accountants team in January 2017.

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2016 was a year that defied predictions and as 2017 begins to unfold, it looks as if once again, change will be the only constant for local business, says the St Albans Space of financial and business advisers Grant Thornton. Amidst the uncertainty, Jeremy Read, from Grant Thornton St Albans, identifies five key areas for local businesses to look out for in 2017 to help them keep ahead of the game.

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The University of Hertfordshire is welcoming its first intake of Degree Apprenticeship students to its Digital and Technology Solutions (DTS) programme.

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In the wake of the Brexit vote, Hertfordshire businesses have adapted their business strategies to put a greater focus on expanding into new products and markets to support future growth, according to new research by financial and business advisors Grant Thornton.

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